A Rainbow tunnel…

This was painted by a broken-hearted teenager named BC Johnson in 1971, after his friend, Sigred, died in a fiery car crash on the DVP, south of Lawrence Avenue East. For Johnson, this memorial marked the one-year anniversary of his friend’s passing. Almost 50 years later, the artist still gets emotional talking about it. He... Continue Reading →

There’s a fire within my soul…

For the word prompt from Debbie at Travel with Intent: Fire A flame is widely accepted as a symbol of eternal life. An eternal flame at a iconic buildings and  memorials, symbolizes a nation's perpetual gratitude towards, and remembrance of, its great people. The Centennial Flame. Pictures clicked at Parliament Hill, Ottawa in April 2018. The Centennial Flame... Continue Reading →

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